Monthly Archives: August 2007

The Parable of the Two Programmers

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Not being a computer scientist by training, I don’t know whether or not people hear stories like this when they study computer science in school. Either way, I always get a kick out of them: The Parable of the Two … Continue reading

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Groovy Tutorial

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

Dr. Paul King (co-author of the also excellent Groovy In Action) has written up a very good tutorial on Groovy that he presented at Agile 2007.  If you’re interested in learning Groovy and come from a Java background, this is … Continue reading

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Upcoming: Groovy/Grails Users meeting

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

It’s once again time for the monthly Groovy/Grails Users of MN meeting.  We’ll be meeting at the Loring Park Dunn Bros in Minneapolis tomorrow night at 6pm.  Jesse will be presenting on using the ExpandoMetaClass to enable unit-testing of Controllers … Continue reading

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